What were the 31 original stories that inspired The Good Men Project mission? Here are seven great reasons to find out….
KORENGAL, a new film directed by Sebastian Junger, opens in New York City.
Photojournalists on War: The Untold Stories Behind The Headlines, a conversation with Steve Hindy and Michael Kamber.
There comes a moment when our very manhood is up for grabs.
Tom Matlack gets serious about smash-mouthed football, Humanism, and the epidemic of men yearning for love and meaning.
Some of our favorite stories and confessions by men, highlighting The Good Men Project’s original mission of creating a space for men to tell their stories and support one another.
From human rights abuses, to circumcision, to war, The Good Men Project has been tackling many of the issues central to the lives of men around the world. Here are a few of the editors’ favorites.
Tom Matlack looks at the mess we’ve made of American politics and wonders if it isn’t time to step aside and elect a female president.
Joanna Schroeder believes that stories matter, but without analysis, the conversation is stunted.
In the end I think we all want the same thing: a new kind of macho in which men are allowed to express themselves as fully formed human beings who change diapers, are capable of intimacy, do meaningful work, and aspire to goodness in whatever way they define it.
Sara Kamber, daughter of photojournalist Michael Kamber, reflects upon life as the child of a war photographer.
Tom Matlack wrestles with the meaning of Memorial Day for a guy raised by Quakers.
Pulitzer Prize nominated photojournalist Michael Kamber: “I never set out to cover wars.”
Why focus on the perceived stupidity of the few rather than the brilliance or courage or big-heartedness of the many?